There is 'sufficient evidence' to charge an acquitted person with a qualifying offence1 for which he was arrested2 if, and only if, the senior service policeman3 is of the opinion that the evidence available or known to him is sufficient for the case to be referred to the Director of Service Prosecutions to consider whether consent should be sought for an application for an order for retrial4 in respect of the acquitted person5. Where the senior service policeman determines that there is sufficient evidence to charge the acquitted person with the qualifying offence for which he was arrested, the
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